Bryan Adams to enthrall Indian fans in February
Mumbai: Internationally popular singer and songwriter Bryan Adams is all set to enthrall Indian audiences in February next year. This will be his fourth visit to India.
Richard Coram of the Talent Brokers, who is organising the tour, revealed that the singer would be delivering not one, but four power-packed live performances in a four-city tour. It is a part of Bryan Adams Live Full Band Show World Tour.
"Having Bryan Adams perform in India for us is a privilege as there are very few musical talents with the same kind of command over concert showmanship and sheer entertainment value that he has," Coram told reporters here Wednesday.
"People coming to see the concerts are going to have a great night listening to his hits, bringing back old memories and creating new ones at the same time," he added.
Winner of 15 Grammy awards, Admas has given hits like ‘Summer Of 69’, ‘Run to you’, ‘18 till I die’ and ‘Everything I do’.
The concerts will take place in Mumbai, Bangalore, New Delhi and Hyderabad on Feb 12, 13, 15 and 16 respectively.
In a specially recorded video message for the Indian audiences, Adams said: "Namaste India, Hi, This is Bryan Adams and I am looking forward to coming back to India with my band. We always get a great welcome, the people are great and so is the food. I love Indian food. See you next February."
The Indian edition of the tour is being brought here by Netsurf Entertainment, headed by Sujit Jain.
As part of a special philanthropic initiative, Netsurf Entertainment has tied up with actor Suniel Shetty`s wife Mana`s Save the Children India NGO to donate a percentage of corporate-VVIP ticket sales at all venues to the NGO which works for the welfare of underprivileged children.
"I am hoping that the concert will give us a positive response. Save the Children India is an organisation that envisions India as a child friendly nation. We are grateful to Netsurf for giving us this opportunity to tie up with a global icon like Bryan Adams to promote a benevolent initiative such as Save the Children," said Mana.